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Napoleon's Theorem
Construct external equilateral triangles on the sides of a triangle. The centers of the equilateral triangles also form an equilateral triangle.
Drag any vertex of the magenta triangle to another location. The resulting blue triangle is always equilateral.
Contributed by:
Jay Warendorff
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